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  1. Thanks TreeTops, Have added to Addon Scenery/scenery. ok?
  2. We can't have people skiving off like this. How can we mete out suitable a lots meants of punishables, if they keep esky aping like this (good) bloke???
  3. Hope I placed the waypoint close enough to Tony's place?. I put it right in the centre of the major intersection. Just today I noticed that after selecting a different aircraft other than the C47, I still have the modified C47 keyboard settings. i.e. my F9 F10 F11 F12 keys take me to different views from inside the cabin. All 3D views. My F11 'outside' views are now off the S key, then stepping around outside with the A key. Have checked keyboard settings in FSX & all seems ok. So I have no idea what is stopping these settings returning to normal. Up until today, after flying the C47 (which apparently changes these views ), when changing back to another aircraft the views returned to normal. But not any more!! VFR Jandakot to Mundaring Weir Airstrip.pln i.e. F9 = 3D view of panel F10 = 2D view of panel F11 = outside views (using the A key to cycle through) F12 = top-down view.
  4. Sounds good. Whereabouts is Tony's WA place please??.
  5. Hi Jorge, Could you send me a PM message please, as to when/if you may be available to coach me on how to set up a session (just myself & Canadian friend) using JoinFS ?. Thanks
  6. I couldn't find any AWO4 bgl files at all. So I suspect I have it missing?. Bruce any suggestions please on where I would/should have obtained AWO4 from?. I do have the AWO5 bgl etc files 'though. I have just Global stuff for SA, plus any default FSX stuff. Oh and of course including the downloads your good self provided.
  7. I only seem to have AWO5, and that appears in Plan_G only when I don't have all of the location in the text box (see screen grabs below). Oh & I have just two stationary~with~dust~rings Giraffes
  8. looks a bit English?, like maybe some of those 'farm' strips?
  9. okies thanks Bruce. I'll try the peasy
  10. Sounds a great idea Bruce. In light of the quality of the C47 I wonder what other awesome aircraft Sim Outhouse have?. Jorge am about to do a scan for new aircraft. I'd like to if convenient arrange to have a quick session at a time to suit you; in how to set up a session hosting using Joinfs please?.
  11. Thanks TreeTops Bruce & anyone interested, here's an informative tutorial on this wonderful aircraft, including detailed starting (around 12-24 minutes 'in' on video). Although not current version v3.14 this covers things very nicely.
  12. Hi Bruce, Have installed Beta 3.14 & having very stiff learning curve being applied at present. N.B. (nota da Beenie) in view F9 the top L/H lighting/electrical switch panel does not work. But in other views they all work fine. Use the joystick 'change-view' or press & cycle through the keyboard "S" to get to outside views. Certainly interesting Hi TreeTops, what patch please?. I've installed v3.14 Beta ok.
  13. Some more pics:- Note the red lights on the railway loop lines are the locos.
  14. My Canadian friend Larry Law shared the following video on facebook today. It shows the transportation by road of two large locos for the WA mining areas, circa 2014. Quite impressive & fascinating to see how each bogey set swivels a dirrenet amount, as corners are negotiated.